If your neighbors put on a show for the holidays, it's probably not as cool as this. One man's personal hobby has brought a ton of new tourists to town! Over 8,500 lights and roughly 1066 channels of computer animation.Viewers tune in their car's FM radio to "hear the lights". No music is broadcast outside. Most of the lights used in the display are energy efficient LEDs. The estimate for their electric bill is $25-$35 to run the display for the Halloween season.